- adj. Before the introduction of communism.
- pre- + communist (Wiktionary)
“Our will be a little formula we might call the precommunist formula: everybody will receive according to his training.”
“Now, with Marx and Engels dead and buried again at last, China's sexual attitudes are quickly reverting to the permissive standards of precommunist life.”
“For Czechs, this is a happy return to the precommunist past.”
“Many artworks, architectural treasures, and other cultural monuments associated with precommunist China were deliberately destroyed by the Red Guard.”
“In Ladakh, however, and among most Mongol groups during the precommunist era, lama became a synonym for a monk.”
“Thus, isolated from their teachers and peers, and lacking any checks or balances, many junior teachers in their loneliness adopted modes of behavior familiar from precommunist Tibet.”
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